'Rosenstrasse': A German Fight Against Nazis

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A still from 'Rosenstrasse'

A still from Rosenstrasse. Samuel Goldwyn Films. hide caption

itoggle caption Samuel Goldwyn Films.
A still from 'Rosenstrasse'

A still from Rosenstrasse. Samuel Goldwyn Films hide caption

itoggle caption Samuel Goldwyn Films

The new film Rosenstrasse tells the story of German gentiles who protested the arrests of Jews in 1943, eventually winning their release. Director Margarethe Von Trotta calls her film an indictment against Germans who failed to condemn Nazi atrocities. Pat Dowell reports.

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